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Save our Swifts Project The Swift is a bird of conservation concern in Ireland due to loss of breeding sites.
Swifts nest mainly in tall buildings, usually under the eaves.
These chicks will not return to the nest boxes nor will they be fed by the adults after fledging.
The adults will return to sleep the boxes at night for a week or so after the chicks have fledged in order to protect their nest sites.
4 July, 2017: Camera 1 : 3 July - Top row left hand box have one chick that is now a week old.The project is linked with environmental modules on GMIT's Culture & Environment and Outdoor Education courses, and demonstrates to students on construction courses how wildlife can be affected by building renovation work.2017 Live Streaming Swift updates from Lynda Huxley, GMIT Mayo Green Campus 14 August, 2017 (Last update for the season): We are delighted to report that all 9 chicks have successfully fledged. The parents of the chicks and the other pairs that didn’t rear any chicks (total 7 pairs) have returned to the nest boxes each night to protect their nest sites but in the day they’ve been off feeding to gather strength for their journey to Southern Africa.Four other pairs are incubating eggs with hatching in a couple of weeks.9 June, 2017: Life has settled down a little and all pairs are now incubating eggs of varying numbers.
By mid-august most of our Swifts will be gone and on their way to Africa.